Oxycodone Blue Pill A 51

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Chris Says:
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How effective are the A51 blue oxycodone pills? Does it work like the mbox 30's V's Or A215???

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Chris! How are you?

Yes, this is a 30mg regular release Oxycodone tablet, equivalent to Roxicodone, just like the others you mentioned.

This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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rjc Says:
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I don't want to burst anybody's bubble but the A51's are 150% different than if you were taking the blues that are 30 milligrams no matter if they are the M boxes the a214 ,the V's ,or the k9. You CANNOT abuse them. they have an opiate blocker in them for safety regulations called naloxone...... they are made so you cannot overdose on them by doing it the abusive way. so if anybody gets these and you want to feel anything, you have to swallow them. don't take my word and lose all your money!!

Editor's note: this post is found to contain inaccurate information in it and is only retained for archival purposes.

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jhjgj Says:

are they real dark? or light like the other ones?

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Crazy Says:
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Where did you find this information? I've been looking for a link to it so I can show a friend that it does indeed have these anti abuse qualities. Thanks.

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eric Says:

Sorry but you are wrong. Here is the info people need from the manufacturer: prd03.apsiva.net/amneal/#/details/2023/52558642

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dannyg Says:
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You are ignorant naloxone blocks opiates and causes withdraw so since its a oxycodone tablet it couldnt have naloxone or it wouldnt work it would block it and make you sick. You morron

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Littt Says:
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Yes it does jerkoff look it up A51

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Checkitout Says:

Not sure where you're getting the fact it has Naloxone in it. It doesnt. It's generic oxycodone 30mg instant release. There is a medication on the market currently (and its relatively new) that combines Oxycodone and Naloxone called Targiniq ER. (fda.gov/NewsEvents/Newsroom/PressAnnouncements/ucm406407.htm) The biggest reason why it wouldn't be in this is simply that A 51 Pills are instant release and the Naloxone is used to combat the effects of overdose from abusing an ER pill to get all the effects at once - this new medication helps reverse those effects. If you put it in a medication that is instant release in the first place, it would negate the effect.

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Matt Says:
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Dude, they would never mix those 2 drugs as they counteract each other. That would be pointless ...don't reply if you don't know what your talking about...

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maryjane Says:
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Is the blue oxycodone A51 30 mg green when you melt it down

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joey Says:
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Bro your very wrong, they do not put naloxone in oxy, that would be idiotic and it would just reverse the pain benefits in the medication. The only drug that has naloxone in it is suboxone and that's because suboxone is not for euphoria or in that type of opiate class! If what you were saying was true people would go into withdrawal so, sorry to burst your bubble. Good day mate.

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sethro Says:
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lol really, because i take these all day long and find them way more potent for some reason. I love the k9. the m 30s suck. What i dont get is why are these the same pill, just different brands, but others seem to be stronger than the others if that makes sense. Call me crazy but i swear i feel the difference.

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Vickie Says:
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I posted my inquiry and accidentally gave the wrong email address. Was wondering if you could find my inquiry. Thanks.

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RealPatient73 Says:
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I have gotten these A/51's from my pharmacist, I have them right now. I am prescribed 360-30mg RoxiCodone a month. There is NO NALOXONE in the A/51 pills. Do NOT believe the post saying there is. If it were in the pill, it would 110% have to say it on the Prescription Bottle. It is a different drug, only authorized Dr's are allowed to prescribe Naloxone & Suboxone . It cannot be "Hidden" in any pill from a patient, that would be against Federal Law. Simply what if a person were allergic to Naloxone? Naloxone literally covers the bodies Opiod Receptors & blocks Opiates from entering. Mixing Oxy & Naloxone would put "Most" people into withdrawl, some people may not go into withdrawal if taking an opiate on top of Naloxone (me) just that the opiate will not reach the opiate Receptors & your just wasting a pill. Naloxone is also in "Narcan" with is giving to a person who is Overdosing to put them into immediate withdrawal to save their life. So again Naloxone is NOT in the A/51 pill, rjc & Littt's statements saying it is, is NOT TRUE. Do research about Naloxone, with facts not from an unknown person uneducated thoughts. Or Even go into any pharmacy, and ask a pharmacist.

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Verwon Says:

Let's cover this now for everyone and settle the matter…

There are no Oxycodone tablets on the market in the U.S. that contain Naloxone!

Are there any other questions or concerns?

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Y Says:
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New Oxycodone Pill Containing Naloxone Designed To Deter Abuse:


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RealPatient73 Says:

This Article, which is only a few sentences, is from a year ago & at that time this Oxycodone / Naloxone Pill had not yet been made. It does say "This new OxyCodone formula with Naloxone will only be available in the longer lasting medication" which means if it were ever made it would be an "ER" Pill, Extended Release. Still if it were ever made, Naloxone would need to be listed on the Oxycodone prescription bottle. AND Again, You would have to be informed that Naloxone was in the Oxycodone Pill. It is Against the Law to give someone a drug without telling them. Also a person could be Allergic to Naloxone. I would also believe this type of pill would be more expensive. From the Pharmacy, the Average price, without insurance for 8mg/2mg Suboxone is about $10-$14 per Pill & 30mg OxyCodone is about $2- $3 per pill

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Dave Says:

Wrong Rjc. There is NO Naloxone in the A-51 blue 30's. I would of been informed about it from my doctor and it would of said so on my prescription bottle. Stop spreading misinformation around and get a life.

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Mad Says:
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There is no way that a pill could be composed of an opiate and an opiate blocker! That's makes absolutely no sense at all!

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ScottyP Says:
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Speaking of ignorant....its withdrawal not withdraw!!! So ignorant seems to fit you for sure!!

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